About Daoine Centric
Daoine Centric was founded on the idea that success is defined and achieved through the decisions and behaviors of people. "Daoine" is the Gaelic word for "People". Many of the world's most renowned inventors originated in Scotland and created people ("daoine") centric inventions. The inventions spanned a broad range of fields such as medicine, science, technology, transportation, military/defense, agriculture and more.
The way we have managed people and organizations in the past (and currently) is changing rapidly. There is, and will continue to be, a global shift in business practices to focus on human-centered design and outcomes.
At Daoine Centric we approach all engagements through the lens of our stakeholders (the Board of Directors, CEO, Sr. Leadership, Managers/Supervisors and Employees). We want to empathize with the environments you operate in, the roles you support, the challenges you face, the goals you have and the outcomes you would like to achieve.
We focus on making sure you have the right people ("daoine") strategy.
Daoine Centric Leadership
Daoine Centric was founded in 2017 by Jason Hite. Over the last two decades, Jason has held progressive HR roles across multiple industries (hospitality/tourism, performing arts, professional services and the Federal government). From 2007 to the 2015, Jason served as the Chief Human Resources Officer with the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in the U.S. House of Representatives. Since 2015, Jason has served in executive roles in the consulting industry.
In 2016 Jason was named a Workforce magazine Game Changer awardee, globally recognized as one of the top 25 HR professionals under the age of 40. This group represents individuals who are truly “changing the game” of people management and leadership. The 2016 awardees spanned the globe from California to Washington, DC to India.
Jason has served on several national and international advisory boards, including the Edinburgh Napier University US Advisory Board, 2017 SHRM HR & Technology Expertise Panel, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Human Factors working group.
Jason is a graduate of St. Francis University in Loretto, PA (B.S. in Management) and Edinburgh Napier University in Edinburgh, Scotland (M.S. in Human Resources Management). Jason has also conducted extensive research on the role of HRM and the psychological contract in cybersecurity. Jason is certified by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).